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Meta’s Top Recruiter Highlights Important Tips for Joining Its VR Team

Meta’s main focus is no longer going to be social media, at least according to the messaging that the company is currently giving out to the world. Instead, the company is going to be focusing more on things like the metaverse which is after all the very thing that the company has named itself after although distancing itself from the various controversies of Facebook likely played a pretty big role in that too.

With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that Meta is working quite hard to make it so that it can get its virtual reality metaverse up and running off the ground as soon as possible. A really big part of that involves the company hiring up to 10,000 new people that will be focusing solely on the VR universe that users will be immersed in when they start to take part in the metaverse whenever it finally gets rolled out.

Miranda Kalinowski, a top recruiter for Meta that’s been around since its Facebook days, just gave a few tips that can help people succeed when they interview for these roles. One thing to note is that these jobs are mostly in Europe, and the most important thing to focus on according to Kalinowski is displaying a genuine passion for the tech. That is not something that most people would have difficulty with since this is the most cutting edge kind of tech out there right now and working on it will give them the chance to be involved in something that has never been done before.

Another thing she touched on is a question that you will likely be asked which would involve you discussing what you did on a workday that you considered your very best. It would be helpful if you went into great detail when asking this question because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up making you more likely to get the job. Preparing for the interview is key, and it can mean the difference between failing and succeeding.


H/T: Business Insider / Photo: FB AR VR.

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